Wii #1022 - Merv Griffin's Crosswords (USA)

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Nov 26, 2008
  1. Tempbot
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  2. Rammoth

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    God, what's up with these kind of games lately!? Is there anyone, and I mean ANYONE, waiting to do crosswords on their frigging television!?

    I can understand why these kind of games would come to the DS, but it makes NO sense at all to release this crap on Wii. If you really like crosswords, you're better off buying shitloads of crosswords compilation books for the price you'd pay for this kind of game.
     
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    That's not Merv Griffin. The boxart lied to me [​IMG]
     
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    For a minute I thought this was a port of Mace Griffin.
     
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    The irony is that the TV show this is based on was canceled months ago. I guess they couldn't afford to cancel the game too.
     
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    Merv is producing games from beyond the grave! Ahhhhh!!!!! [​IMG]
     
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    If this were the NES, we'd already have three Mario games, a couple of Zelda games, at least a Kirby game, and an assortment of other titles that'd be at least HALFWAY DECENT. No WONDER people are still infatuated with the 8-bit era; it was the most productive.
     

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